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  • RE: Erasmus Scholarship

    Hey Sana!

    1. Grant amount/type: Full scholarship
    2. Eligibility: Scholarship students must have already obtained a first higher education degree or demonstrate a recognized equivalent level of learning according to national rules and legislation in place by the application deadline.
    3. Deadline: 13/02/2020
    4. Degree: Masters/PhD

    Read about all these points in detail here: Top 30 Study abroad scholarships in 2021-2022

    If you still need help choosing the right country for you, our study abroad experts can help. Reach out to them at +91 9145332283 or info@ischoolconnect.com.

    posted in College funding
  • RE: Endeavor Scholarship

    Hey Sana!

    1. Grant amount/type: Tuition fees up to AU$13,000 per calendar year; Stipend up to AU$3,000 per month
    2. Eligibility: Not be undertaking their Leadership Activity in a country where they hold citizenship/dual citizenship or permanent residency; Be aged 18 years or over at the commencement of their Leadership Activity; Not be in receipt of any other Australian Government sponsored mobility, scholarship or fellowship benefits
    3. Deadline: 15 November (annual)
    4. Degree: Diploma/Assoc. Degree

    Read about all these points in detail here: Top 30 Study abroad scholarships in 2021-2022

    If you still need help choosing the right country for you, our study abroad experts can help. Reach out to them at +91 9145332283 or info@ischoolconnect.com.

    posted in Types of Scholarships
  • RE: Admission Tests for Oxford University

    Hey Lavanya!

    Some of the admissions tests issued for courses offered by Oxford University include –

    National Admissions Test for Law (LNAT)
    History Aptitude Test (HAT)
    English Literature Admissions Test (ELAT)
    Classics Admissions Test (CAT)
    Mathematics Admissions Test (MAT)
    Modern Languages Admissions Test (MLAT)
    Philosophy Test (for admission only to philosophy and theology courses)

    Read about all these points in detail here: How to get admission in Oxford University

    If you still need help choosing the right country for you, our study abroad experts can help. Reach out to them at +91 9145332283 or info@ischoolconnect.com.

    posted in Documents and procedure
  • RE: College essay

    @Pranay_S

    Hey Pranay,
    Most of your college application is filled with hard facts about you, like your academic scores, test scores, and the projects you’ve done. A college essay is the only part of your application where you get to talk about your personality. Here's what to write-

    • Have a grand opening
    • Talk about your future plans
    • Stress on your experience
    • Share your academic interests
    • Mention a few co-curricular activities
    • Talk about the university

    Not all of these points are necessary to mention in your essay. And you certainly don’t need to mention them in this order.

    posted in Essays and Statement of purpose (SOP)
  • RE: Student jobs in Canada

    @Pranay_S

    Hey Pranay,
    When you are studying full time, you must get a job that doesn’t take much of your time and pays you well too. Here are the highest-paying student jobs in Canada-

    1. Investor Relations
    2. Dog Walker
    3. Childcarer
    4. College Tutor
    5. Ridesharing Driver
    posted in Student employment
  • RE: Ireland scholarship criteria

    @Aaron-Malik

    Hey Aaron,
    With a wide range of scholarships in Ireland available for international students, you’ll likely find one that best suits your needs and financial constraints. However, these are highly competitive and have strict selection criteria.

    In most cases, the Ireland scholarship criteria is-

    posted in Scholarship application
  • RE: EMI calculator

    @Aaron-Malik

    Hey Aaron,
    The student loan EMI calculator will help you understand the amount of EMI you will have to pay on your loan. This allows you to plan and manage your finances better and ensures that you take a loan that you can afford to repay without any added stress. You need to know the current interest rate, the loan amount, and repayment tenure.

    The mathematical formula to calculate the EMI is EMI = Loan amount × interest rate × (1 + interest rate) tenure in the number of months divided by ((1 + interest rate) tenure in the number of months – 1).

    You can look at several sites to find the EMI calculator and the best student loan calculator, which is easy to use, quick, free, and accurate.

    posted in Loans
  • RE: Benefits of the Chevening Scholarship

    Hey Manas!

    1. This scholarship offers you professional and intellectual growth, along with networking opportunities across the globe, and experience of the cultural diversities in the UK.
    2. It also helps you experience UK’s rapidly flourishing arts and entertainment scene.
    3. Furthermore, the UK is home to several of the world’s greatest institutions, and it is a significant advantage to be taught by professors who have written various books on the course you are pursuing.
    4. However, for many, the ambition of studying in the UK appears out of reach due to the high expense of international student tuition and housing. And this is where the Chevening Scholarship comes in, helping you make your study abroad dreams come true.

    Read about all these points in detail here: Chevening Scholarship | 9 Important things you need to know!

    If you still need help choosing the right country for you, our study abroad experts can help. Reach out to them at +91 9145332283 or info@ischoolconnect.com.

    posted in College funding